The Victoria Theatre in Newcastle, New South Wales, opened 1876 and rebuilt during 1890-91 is the oldest theatre still standing in New South Wales.
The Victoria is only one of several large stage and screen theatres built across the city from the 1870s up until the early twentieth-century that have since been closed down. Others of importance were the Central Mission Theatre on King Street, the Theatre Royal on Hunter Street West, as well as the Strand (demolished) and Lyric cinemas.
The first Victoria Theatre was built on the site in 1876. This was altered in 1885 and razed in 1890. The second theatre was built in 1890/1 and closed in 1966.